Study guidance

DTU’s Study Guidance Office can help you with everything related to the study programmes - including course planning, credit transfer applications, exemption applications, and finding your way around DTU’s rules and regulations. The study advisors are current students at DTU.

How to get in contact with the Study Guidance

E-mail:

studvejl@adm.dtu.dk

Call us

Phone: +45 45 25 11 99
Phones are open: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m.-11 a.m.

Physical drop in guidance

For quick questions. No prior booking required.

Lyngby campus
Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 noon-2 pm

Ballerup campus
Opening hours: Monday and Wednesday from 12 noon-1.30 pm and Friday from 12 noon-1 pm

Booked 20 minutes guidance

20 minutes online guidance if your questions call for a long-term appointment. You can choose between a physical meeting in Lyngby or Ballerup or an online meeting.
Must be booked in advance.

Primarily for questions regarding:

  • Study planning
  • Exemption, cheat/plagiarism and complaints
  • Study life
  • Admission

Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12.00 to 14:00

Book 20 minutes guidance here.

Where to find the Study Guidance Office?

Lyngby Campus
Building 101A
Anker Engelunds Vej 1
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Denmark
Ballerup Campus
Room D1.01
Lautrupvang 15
2750 Ballerup
Denmark

Handling of your personal information in DTU's Study Guidance

When writing to or calling the Study Guidance Office, you often have to provide personal information about yourself.

The Study Guidance Office complies with DTU’s privacy policy.

Moreover, the Study Guidance Office is subject to a duty of confidentiality. This means that we do not pass on your personal information unless you have consented to this, or unless we are absolutely certain that disclosing the information will not harm you.

The only situation in which the Study Guidance Office may pass on personal information without consent is if a person seriously threatens to commit a crime – or reports that such a crime has been or will be committed – which may endanger an individual’s physical safety.

If you have any questions or comments regarding the Study Guidance Office' handling of personal information, you are of course always welcome to contact us.